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Carlotti, M.; Ade, Peter A. R.; Carli, B.; Ciarpallini, P.; Cortesi, U.; Griffin, Matthew; Lepri, G.; Mencaraglia, F.; Murray, A. G.; Nolt, I. G.; Park, J. H.; Radostitz, J. V. (1995)
Publisher: American Geophysical Union
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: QB, QC
Identifiers:doi:10.1029/95GL03264
Far infrared spectral features of HBr have been observed in the stratospheric emission spectrum using a balloon borne high resolution Fourier transform spectrometer equipped with a high sensitivity detector specially designed for this purpose. The value of 1.6±0.6 parts per trillion in volume for the HBr mixing ratio has been retrieved, from the global‐fit analysis of 121 spectra, in the 25–36.5 km altitude range. The result is briefly compared with models and previous assessments.
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